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THYME: Reclaiming lignin rich sludge after enzymatic hydrolysis for repurposing and pelletizing into a secondary fuel source for thermochemical transformation

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Dr Vicky Skoulou V.Skoulou@hull.ac.uk
Graduate Research Director (GRD) of School of Engineering ; Senior Lecturer (Assoc. Prof.) in Chemical Engineering-Bioenergy ; PI of the B3: Biomass Waste- BioenergH2- Biochars Challenge Group of PGRs and PDRAs

Project Description

Hull led PoC with the Biorenewables Development Centre (York) and Jesmond Engineering (Industrial Partner)

Project Acronym RE-Fuel
Status Project Complete
Funder(s) Research England
Value £28,327.00
Project Dates Nov 1, 2019 - Apr 30, 2021
Partner Organisations Jesmond Engineering


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